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Russian Fighter Jets Allegedly Take on Ukrainian Air Defense

Published April 9, 2022

Footage released by the Russian Ministry of Defense allegedly shows a mixed section of Fighter Jets taking on Ukrainian surface-to-air missile systems.


This footage was just recently released by the Russian Ministry of Defense. Due to Russia's defense policy of lie first, lie often, we take everything that comes from that source with a grain of salt until it can be backed up by at least one other verifiable piece of information from on the ground. It's also difficult to believe anything that is 90% stock b-roll footage from prior to the war with Ukraine as anything other than just another propaganda piece from the Russian government.


All of that said, the Russian Ministry of Defense claims that this is footage from the gun-tape of either an SU-30 or an SU-35. The pair of fighter jets were flying in a mixed section, and it's unclear which platform was recording the strike. They allegedly destroyed one Ukrainian BUK-M1 surface-to-air missile defense system on the ground before returning home unscathed.


Here's all three dozen frames of the footage, as they released it at about 2 seconds per frame.


josh brooks

Published April 9, 2022

Footage released by the Russian Ministry of Defense allegedly shows a mixed section of Fighter Jets taking on Ukrainian surface-to-air missile systems.


This footage was just recently released by the Russian Ministry of Defense. Due to Russia's defense policy of lie first, lie often, we take everything that comes from that source with a grain of salt until it can be backed up by at least one other verifiable piece of information from on the ground. It's also difficult to believe anything that is 90% stock b-roll footage from prior to the war with Ukraine as anything other than just another propaganda piece from the Russian government.


All of that said, the Russian Ministry of Defense claims that this is footage from the gun-tape of either an SU-30 or an SU-35. The pair of fighter jets were flying in a mixed section, and it's unclear which platform was recording the strike. They allegedly destroyed one Ukrainian BUK-M1 surface-to-air missile defense system on the ground before returning home unscathed.


Here's all three dozen frames of the footage, as they released it at about 2 seconds per frame.


josh brooks

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